Hamlet

Hamlet (1953) was a theatre production by The National Theatre, based on the play by William Shakespeare.

Ingolf Schanche directed it and interpreted the title role.

Hamlet was revived in 1924, when 35 performances were given, with many new actors in the cast.

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(Objekt ID 47797)
Object type Production
Premiere March 15, 1921
Produced by The National Theatre
Based on Hamlet AKA The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark by William Shakespeare
Audience Adults
Number of events 86
Language Norwegian
Expressions Theatre, Tragedy
Running period March 15, 1921  —  1928
Website NATIONALTHEATRET ARKIV

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SOURCES:

Anton Rønneberg: Nationaltheatret gjennom femti år (literally: The National Theatre throughout 50 years). Gyldendal 1949.

Karlsen, Torodd et al.: Provinsteater i sentrum: teatret i Stavanger 1883-1982 (literally: Provincial theatre in the centre: the theatre in Stavanger 1883-1982), Universitetsforlaget, Stavanger, 1983

The National Theatre, fdb.nationaltheatret.no, 25.03.2015, http://fdb.nationaltheatret.no/Productions/Details/992afe9b-d3a9-452d-847c-cb72a16cbf17

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Performance dates
1928 – Reopening
September 17, 1924Hovedscenen – New opening
March 15, 1921Hovedscenen – Opening night
1921Stavanger Theater
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